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TeamBuilding Leadership Learning Program.

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TeamBuilding Leadership Learning Program.
Presentation I led with 30 corporate trainers on effectively using experiential activities in their training and development programs.
Team Building Train the Trainer Program
http://create-learning.com
http://teambuildingwny.blogspot.com

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TeamBuilding Leadership Learning Program.

  1. 1. CREATE-LEARNING.COM
  2. 2. Expectations. What are you looking forward to in this learning session? Experience. How much and what type of experience do you have with leading opening and closing activities? Questions. What questions about leading opening and closing activities would you like to explore in this training session? Changes. What changes are you prepared to make to your current style of facilitating learning?
  3. 3. Clubs = Expectations. What are you looking forward to in this learning session? Hearts = Experience. How much and what type of experience do you have with leading opening and closing activities? Spades = Questions. What questions about leading opening and closing activities would you like to explore in this training session? Diamonds = Changes. What changes are you prepared to make to your current style of facilitating learning?
  4. 4. Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle
  5. 5. http://www.infed.org/biblio/b-explrn.htm
  6. 6. Closing Activity
  7. 7. Summary. If you were to summarize the main point of the workshop in a single sentence, what would it be? Obstacles. What obstacles do you anticipate in implementing the new ideas that you learned in this workshop? Support. What support do you need to effectively apply your new skills? Follow-Up. What types of follow-up activities should we conduct?
  8. 8. Clubs = Summary. If you were to summarize the main point of the workshop in a single sentence, what would it be? Hearts = Obstacles. What obstacles do you anticipate in implementing the new ideas that you learned in this workshop? Spades = Support. What support do you need to effectively apply your new skills? Diamonds = Follow-Up. What types of follow-up activities should we conduct?
  9. 9. 1-716-629-3678 CREATE-LEARNING.COM
  10. 10. Hello & Goodbye Explain the activity. Tell participants that you are going to organize them into four teams. Each team will be assigned one of the four questions. Instruct the teams to collect responses from all participants—including members of their own team—related to the question assigned to them. Set the agenda. Describe the following schedule: 2 minutes for planning how to collect the responses from everyone. 3 minutes for collecting responses from everyone in the room. 3 minutes for analyzing all the responses that your team collected. 1 minute (for each team) to make a summary presentation of the responses. Make team allocations. Shuffle the packet of playing cards and ask each participant to take a card. Ask participants to find other members of their team (who have a card of the same suit). Invite each team to gather around in a convenient location. Assign the questions to the teams in this order: Clubs: Expectations Hearts: Experience Spades: Questions Diamonds: Changes Coordinate the planning activity. Ask each team to begin planning how to collect responses from everyone in the room (including members of their own team). Announce a 2-minute time limit and start the timer. After 1 minute, announce a 1-minute warning. After 2 minutes, announce the end of the planning period. Coordinate the information-collection activity. Announce that each team now has 3 minutes to collect responses on the topic assigned to it. Get out of the way as everyone tries to talk to as many other participants as possible. Announce a 3-minute time limit and start the timer. After 2 minutes, announce a 1-minute warning. After 3 minutes, announce the end of the information-collecting period. Coordinate the analysis activity. Ask members of each team to return to their team. Invite team members to share and tabulate all the responses they collected. Distribute a sheet of flip chart paper to each team and ask teams to summarize their results on this sheet. Announce a 3-minute time limit and start the timer. After 2 minutes, announce a 1-minute warning. After 3 minutes, announce the end of the analysis period. Coordinate the reporting activity. Randomly select a team and ask it to display its flip chart poster. Ask a representative from this team to present its results and conclusions. Start the timer and announce the end of the reporting period at the end of 1 minute. Repeat the procedure until all teams have given their reports. Debrief. Discuss the findings with participants. Present your training objectives and an outline of the workshop format. Relate these items to participants' expectations, experience, questions, and changes. Suggested Questions How can you maximize the benefits of attending this workshop? How do you plan to use the skills and knowledge from this workshop? How many breaks should we take and how long should they last? What are the key items in your job specification? What are your expectations for this workshop? What business results do you plan to achieve as a result of participating in this workshop? What current project are you working on? What education and experience do you have that are related to the workshop objectives and topics? What ground rules would you like to suggest to your fellow participants? What is the distribution of different genders, age levels, cultures, and ethnicities in this group? What is your job title? What items would you like to add to your wish list for this workshop? http://www.thiagi.com/pfp/IE4H/january2009.html
  11. 11. Photo Credit oskay Bunnyrel Woodleywonderworks DerrickT

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